Sather and the Homegrown Rebuilding of the Rangers
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09-15-2011, 03:52 PM
Join Date: Jun 2008
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I liken Sather to an artistic painter. He's gone out and procured the best brushes, paints, and canvases. He's brought in people who have a keen eye for supplies. He has all the tools to the produce a truly magnificent painting. But he has yet to paint a single stroke let alone a masterpiece. However, there are those who are willing to call him one of the best artists of the decade...because they like his brushes.
thats a cute little analogy but it doesnt actually work
first, sather doesnt coach or play...he's a general manager...his
is to assemble the pieces, moniter how they progress, and make changes when necessary, but at the end of the day hes not the one doing the "painting" as you describe...so your analogy actually
a picture of him doing a good job (see what i did there?
secondly, no one (in their right mind) is willing to call him the best anything of the decade
people are merely saying (or should be saying) that he has assembled what appears to be some good pieces at this point in time...and thats a fact, regaurdless of any history or anyones personal opinions on how the last decade has played out
theres nothing wrong with acknowledging a good move by someone that you're less than fond of. For instance: U2 sucks donkey nuts but Bloody Sunday is a decent song
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